A Theorist's Guide to Macro-Molecular Chemistry

Authors: Andrew Nassif

Chemistry is a branch of physical science that has to do with the study of the composition of matter and the study of everything composed of matter as well as based on the basis of atomism, fluid dynamics, and particle physics, as well as the action of measurements applied as a stoichiometry and a method in using chemistry. Chemistry in basically the central science, though it may be a branch of physical science, it is very distinct from physics. The world chemistry itself comes from the word alchemy which is derived from لكيمياء which is then derived from the greek word χημεία, this means he study of material, which is then translated to being the study of everything composed of matter. Ancient Egyptians themselves used synthetic chemistry as a study of herbs as well as using this branch of chemistry to help them plant crops in the fertile crust. Democritus's theory of atomism became the foundation of chemistry and elementary physics itself. Eventually Atomism brought forth ideas of models of the atoms around us and many generations later, the Quantum Mechanical Model was born. This is how the fundamental of chemistry came to be.

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